CFA Society New Zealand
Exam preparation programme
For level one CFA candidates preparing for the June 2020 exam
CFA Society New Zealand is committed to helping CFA candidates succeed.
We’ve combined forces with Kaplan Schweser to deliver a comprehensive exam preparation programme in Auckland. This includes expert, live face-to-face instruction and a full suite of study resources. You won’t find better value or quality.
The full package includes:
• 28 hours of live classroom instruction covering all 13 modules, led by CFA qualified and experienced instructor Dr Marco Eugster (see bio below)
• Kaplan Schweser package valued at $987 view details
– SchweserNotes™ (e-books are provided; shipping costs apply for hard copies)
– Activity Feed – NEW
– SchweserPro™ QBank
– Practice Exams (Volumes 1 & 2)
– Checkpoint Exams
– Topic Assessments
– Resource Library
– Classroom slide workbooks
• Study and test taking tips
• Full-length live mock exam on 23 May, $50 value
• Connect with other candidates and attend CFA Society New Zealand events.
• Program pledge; if you don’t pass you can attend the next round of workshops and receive new materials for free (conditions apply)
Cost is only $1350, save hundreds
Similar Kaplan packages with online instruction cost over $1850. Live instruction costs even more.
Dates / venue
• The classes are each Saturday from 28 March to 16 May, 10am-12pm and 12.30-2.30pm (seven days in total, excludes Easter weekend)
• Venue: Massey University Albany Campus, Albany (free parking)
• Limited number of attendees to ensure personal tuition
Please register online
Email Kylee at email@example.com to discuss the programme, or if you have any questions.
Tutor – Marco Eugster, CFA
Dr Marco Eugster, PhD, joined PwC’s Finance and Economics consulting team in Auckland in 2018. He also teaches corporate finance and other finance courses at the University of Auckland, including for the MBA, PGDip and Accounting and Finance Honours programmes. Marco received his PhD in Finance from the University of Auckland in 2016. Following this, he worked for KPMG in Germany in credit risk consulting.